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Six name Clarke general manager

Six name Clarke general manager

The Toronto Six have named Krystiana Clarke as their new general manager, joining the staff led by owner Johanna Boynton, president Digit Murphy, and newly appointed head coach Mark Joslin and assistant coach Angela James.

NWHL's Beauts, Whitecaps sold to new owners

NWHL's Beauts, Whitecaps sold to new owners

The National Women’s Hockey League announced Monday that the Buffalo Beauts and Minnesota Whitecaps have been sold by W Hockey Partners (WHP) to NLTT Ventures, LLC, an entity that combines NL Sports, led by Andy Scurto, and Top Tier Sports, led by Neil Leibman.

Six hire Hockey Hall of Famer James as assistant coach

Angela James is coming to the National Women's Hockey League. The Toronto Six announced on Thursday that the Hockey Hall of Famer will be joining the team as an assistant coach under new head coach Mark Joslin.

Six appoints Joslin as head coach

There will be a new head coach behind the bench when the Toronto Six hit the ice for their second season. The NWHL team announced on Monday that Mark Joslin will serve as the club's new head coach with Digit Murphy leaving the bench to focus on her duties as club president.

Toronto Six F Grant-Mentis named NWHL MVP

Toronto Six F Grant-Mentis named NWHL MVP

Toronto Six forward Mikyla Grant-Mentis has been named the 2020-21 National Women's Hockey League MVP. The 22-year-old from Brampton, Ont., led all NWHL scorers with five goals and nine points in six regular-season games.

NWHL doubles cap, delays Montreal launch

NWHL doubles cap, delays Montreal launch

The National Women’s Hockey League announced Wednesday it is doubling its salary cap to $300,000 for each of its six teams based on projections that it is making strides in achieving financial stability entering its seventh season. At the same time, Arnone said the league is putting off adding an expansion franchise in Montreal until the 2022-23 season.

Pride edges Whitecaps for NWHL Isobel Cup

Pride edges Whitecaps for NWHL Isobel Cup

Lexie Laing and Taylor Wenczkowski scored power play goals and the Boston Pride became the first two-time winner of the Isobel Cup with a 4-3 win over the defending champion Minnesota Whitecaps on Saturday night.

Rylan Kearney resigns from NWHL, W Partners

The National Women’s Hockey League in association with W Hockey Partners announced Tuesday that Dani Rylan Kearney has resigned from her position as NWHL advisor and president of W Hockey Partners.

NWHL suspends season over COVID concerns

Days after two of the league's six teams withdrew from the Lake Placid tournament, the National Women's Hockey League announced on Wednesday that it was suspending play due to new positive COVID-19 tests and safety concerns.

Whale withdraw from NWHL tournament

Another team is leaving the NWHL bubble. The Connecticut Whale have withdrawn from the remainder of the NWHL tournament in Lake Placid.

NWHL postpones CT-Minnesota game

The NWHL announced Monday that the 5:30 p.m. ET game between the Connecticut Whale and the Minnesota Whitecaps has been postponed.

NWHL confirms Riveters withdrawal

NWHL confirms Riveters withdrawal

The National Women's Hockey League confirmed on Thursday that the Metropolitan Riveters were withdrawing from the Lake Placid tournament after several members of the organization had tested positive for COVID-19.

Six down Beauts as Riveters sidelined

Six down Beauts as Riveters sidelined

Megan Quinn scored the go-ahead goal at 19:07 of the second period, and the Toronto Six downed the Buffalo Beauts 4-2 on short notice Wednesday in National Women's Hockey League action.

Riveters open NWHL season with win over Six

Riveters open NWHL season with win over Six

Leila Kilduff scored two first-period goals while Sonjia Shelly stopped 19 shots to lead the Metropolitan Riveters past the Toronto Six 3-0 in National Women's Hockey League action Saturday.

NWHL season to last 2 weeks in NY bubble

The National Women’s Hockey League season will be limited to a two-week run and played in a bubble in Lake Placid, New York, as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.